The study revealed that both saline and ORS are effective in the short term treatment of OI. However, the ORS, with it's combination of sugars, potassium and sodium, was proven to be even more effective than the saline. While simple sodium can help raise blood volume, ORS still seems to be the better option, according to this study. Better yet, ORS is readily available, as well as affordable and it doesn't require a visit to an infusion center or the use of ports and is obviously much less invasive, providing fewer risks than any venipuncture.
Learn about the benefits of sound machines for sleep, avoiding distractions while working or meditating and how to use them so they're most effective in this product review post.
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It’s World Suicide Prevention Day. I’m not going to pretend that I have all the answers or that I can provide some sort of step by step guide of what you should do if you’re feeling suicidal. There are a million of those out there and I don’t know how useful they are, to be … Continue reading The Year I Wanted to Die
Attending a concert is no small feat for any spoonie, but when MCAS causes you to react to almost everything in the environment, what can you do to protect yourself? Find out in this post on attending large events and concerts with a mast cell disorder.